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What You Need To Know About the Drive Online Assessment for College Students and Early-Career Professionals
Most college students have minimal work experience; leading them to believe they lack skills. Early professionals with some work experience may discover they are unfulfilled in their work but not know why. When clients lack a clear understanding of their strengths, they can end up in jobs that are a poor fit.

With SkillScan online assessments, coaches gain a powerful tool to help clients:
• Evaluate their transferable skills, and clarify their greatest strengths and high potential skills to spot best-fit options.
• See the transferability of skills acquired doing classwork, extracurricular activities, and work roles to validate their strengths and enhance decision-making.
• Expedite the career exploration and job search process by using the Career Guides from their SkillScan report.
• Acquire a descriptive language to create marketing content for resumes and interviews.

Key Takeaways:
• An overview of two SkillScan online transferable assessments for enhancing clients’ understanding of their greatest strengths.
• Strategies for applying assessment results to career exploration, skill development, and the job search.
• Examples that demonstrate how to help clients communicate and showcase their strengths in resume development.

This session includes 1 free personal use and 1 free grantable use for a client (a $14.95 value).

Oct 26, 2022 11:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Lesah Beckhusen
President @SkillScan
For over 30 years, Lesah has successfully provided career advice to thousands of people, from those launching their careers to career transitioners and career advancers. Her experience led her to simultaneously develop a publishing business for enhancing coach effectiveness in using and applying career assessments. She is the co-developer of Professional Pack and creator of Advance Pack 2.0, Express Assessment, and SkillScan Drive. Lesah specializes in working with career practitioners to help clients facilitate a focus through integrating skill results with interests, values, and personality type to gain a holistic picture of their unique career preferences. In addition to having a portfolio career of counseling, training and product development, Lesah worked as an Associate Director/Career Adviser at the University of California Berkeley's School of Business for over 23 years. She holds a BA and MS from San Diego State University.